Up and showered and had breakfast of organic cornflakes and banana. Then we set off to walk up the river valley to see where it took us. There are lots of little paths and tracks through the woods and we only went astray and had to backtrack once. We passed old mill buildings and a Scout campsite and crossed some really chunky stepping stones and eventually found ourselves on a forest road in what turned out to be Hardcastle Crags, a National Trust Property. We then headed back to Hebden Bridge via the track and the minor road and so did a circular route. Well, not really circular as it was up one side of the river valley and back down the other, but we didn't have to retrace our steps.
Back at the apartment, we had beans on toast for lunch (out of the selection of breakfast foods provided). I then used the wifi to catch up online while G had a nap. We have located one of the Italian restaurants and we plan to eat dinner there later.
I must say, this bluetooth keyboard makes keeping up online much easier. The tablet is great for reading the internet, but virtual keyboards, even with predictive texting, are a pain to write anything more than a few sentences. Photos, however, will have to wait until I get home and can process them.